course, in russian history. take a look at these dancers performing a scene portraying the russian revolution of 1917, obviously a rich history there. my favorite, though, was the the reenactment of tolstoy's "war and peace," i think. >> having read it several times. >> in russian. >> it loses something in translation. >> even better in russian. but there was that one mistake seen around the world. snowflakes morphing into olympic rings, but as you see there, one flake did not quite make the transition. >> yes, people in russia actually didn't see that happen though on television, so let's take a look at the medal count right now. so far norway has three medals while the u.s., canada and sweden have one apiece, and it's just the start of several weeks of high drama. let's get right to our "gma" olympics headquarters in sochi, russia. abc's amy robach is there following all of the action. quite a show last night, amy. >> it was spectacular, and, yes, we did not see that malfunction here in russia, bianna and dan. and we're going to get right to that breaking news.